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WOW! It was a busy day on campus packed with experiential, real-world learning and extended inquiry outside of the classroom as our students indulged in this school year’s last Classroom Without Walls (CWOW). In between sessions, we connected with some classes to delve into the learning outcomes and highlights for each CWOW activity.
Our students have so many amazing stories to share. The Meadowridge Awards and Recognition Committee want to recognize the work of our incredible students. Each month, teachers in Elementary, Middle, and High School nominate students who have demonstrated characteristics of the learner profiles in a memorable and inspiring way.
New to Meadowridge this year, Ms. O’Regan and a group of High School students started a Math Peer Tutoring Program. The High School students earn service hours by volunteering to tutor Grade 3 to 11 students in math.
Our school’s Post-Secondary Counsellors, Mrs. Just and Ms. Chen, recently attended the Canadian Independent School Counsellors’ (CISC) Conference in Alberta. The conference had over a hundred counsellors from Canadian independent schools from coast to coast. This is the first CISC conference since the Covid-pandemic.
Our students have so many amazing stories to share. The Meadowridge Awards and Recognition Committee want to recognize the work of our incredible students. Each month, teachers in Elementary, Middle, and High School nominate a student who has demonstrated characteristics of the learner profiles in a memorable and inspiring way.
Happy International Dance Day, Meadowridge. Let’s celebrate the beauty and diversity of dance, as it brings people together in harmony and joy.
Meet Dylan D. (Grade 10) who has always had a passion and love for dance and was able to incorporate that into her personal project to help her achieve the challenging “540 Jump.” In this interview, Dylan shares her inspiration, process, and overall success of her project. Get ready to be inspired by her artistic expression and dedication to the art of dance.
As the world went into lockdown during the pandemic, many turned to various forms of art to express their emotions. Photography proved a powerful medium for Grade 12 student Steven W. during this uncertain time he began looking for different ways to express his ideas and creativity. The results of his work were recently on display at the Grade 12 Art Exhibition, where his audience was left spellbound by his emotional pieces.
Art was something Cooper J. enjoyed at Meadowridge from her early days in Kindergarten all the way through to High School. In Grade 11, she realized her love for art became a challenge as she struggled with grasping some of the technical art skills she needed to create something she was proud of.
Fantasy has a way of transporting our imaginations to adventurous worlds and sparking our creativity. For Grade 12 artist, Amy W., fantasy novels have become a source of inspiration for her digital artwork.
Alisha has always had a deep love for animals and the environment. She spent countless hours with her pets, observing other animals, and wildlife. As time went on, she became increasingly aware of the pressing issues of animal cruelty and environmental concerns. Driven by her passion for these issues, Alisha turned to art as a tool to push for change.
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